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Find an anime girl for me to have a crush on and get away from angel (from Lilo & Stitch)?

Orihime Inoue:

Lacus Clyne:



Misaki Ayuzawa:

That's all I can think of so I hope I helped and good luck!!!

What is your ranking of all the animated Disney and Pixar movies?

Pixar (1-16 Amazing, 12–16 Good, but not too good, 17-18 Eh, 19-20 Bad):Inside OutToy Story 3UpWall-EToy StoryThe IncrediblesFinding NemoCocoFinding DoryMonsters IncToy Story 2The Incredibles 2Cars 3CarsThe Good DinosaurBraveMonsters UniversityA Bugs LifeCars 2Ratatouie (fite meh)Disney (1-14 Amazing, 15-37 Good, but not too good, 38-51 Eh, 52-53 Bad, 54-57 Shit):The Hunchback of Notre DameTreasure PlanetWreck-it-RalphMeet the RobinsonsThe Great Mouse DetectiveAladdinThe Lion KingFantasiaMulanLilo and StitchThe Emperors New GrooveZootopiaBeauty and the BeastA Goofy Movie*Sleeping BeautyThe Princess and the FrogFrozen (I could take on the haters all day)MoanaBig Hero 6The Little MermaidRobin HoodThe Jungle BookThe Adventures of Ichabod and Mr ToadSnow White and the Seven DwarvesAlice in WonderlandCinderellaPeter PanThe Black CauldronHerculesBambiTangledAtlantis: The Lost EmpireOne Hundred and One DalmationsWinnie the PoohDumboThe Many Adventures of Winnie the PoohSaludos AmigosBrother BearPocahontasThe AristocatsThe Rescuers Down UnderOliver and Company (Billy Joel saved it)The RescuersThe Fox and the HoundDinosaurLady and the TrampTarzan (OVERATED)BoltFun and Fancy FreeMelody TimeMake Mine MusicThe Three CaballerosPinocchio (UBER OVERATED)The Sword in the StoneHome on the RangeThe Wild*Chicken Little*I know they technically don't count, but I count these anywayWhat do you think?

My favorite Disney movie is The Hunchback of Notre Dame. What's yours?

By me the studio never really got any better than Pinocchio or Bambi. The former terrified me as a child (the idea of boys being transformed into donkeys was just chilling) and the latter probably bored me. I now think they’re both masterpieces, with Bambi being arguably Disney’s most gorgeous, lyrical picture. For more contemporary, non-Pixar movies, The Hunchback of Notre Dame is stunning. Directed by Gary Trousdale and Kirk Wise-who earlier that decade made Beauty and the Beast-it’s actually the superior picture. Daringly dark with spectacular animation and a score that soars, it’s an underappreciated masterpiece. For all the good in The Lion King, Aladdin, Little Mermaid, etc., this is the modern Disney film I’m always most eager to revisit.